Not In Our Town Princeton


History, Race, and Real Estate, March 30, 2016

The last in a student-run series Detroit 101, focusing on the underlying causes that perpetuated Detroit’s decline, this panel includes Thomas Sugre, Professor of Social and Cultural Analysis and History, NYU,  Jerry Papendorf, Founder and CEO, Loveland Technologies, Detroit, and…

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Scientists call for the removal of race in genetics research

Ancestry is a more useful category than race say Dorothy Roberts, professor of Africana studies, law and sociology at University of Pennsylvania, and Michael Yudell, chair and associate professor in the Department of Community Health and Prevention at Drexel University. …

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Photographing Protest: Bussard on Moore

Princeton Art Museum curator analyzes photo journalism during the civil rights struggle.

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The Growing Correlation betweem Race and SAT Scores : New Findings from California

This paper presents new and surprising findings on the relationship between race and SAT scores. The findings are based on the population of California residents who applied for admission to the University of California from 1994 through 2011, a sample…

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‘American Moor’ on September 30, 2015 in the Bart Luedeke Center, Rider University

Actor and playwright Keith Hamilton Cobb explores race in America through Shakespeare’s ‘Othello in his production “American Moor,” on Wednesday, September 30 at Rider University.  The play is free and open to the public. For more information, contact the Campus Life…

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